Cobb Mansion Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... have stretched the details and truth a bit, but it was all for the sake of marketing.
After I finished strolling through the museum I headed back to the Delta Saloon, where I knew I would find Dave! I stopped to get a soda in a souvenir bottle, diet raspberry soda (cool and refreshing…Yum) I also saw that they canned their own coffee and they had a decaffeinated espresso. The sales lady wasn’t sure if ...
... this was his last chance before winter set in. He mentioned that business is a little slower in the winter. I found a sterling silver ring with blue opals and a purple stone, I can’t remember the name. I have earrings and a necklace that I bought about 7 or 8 years ago and this ring matches the set. Talk about luck.
By the time I got back to Dave to show him the ring he had lost $10.00 and was ...
... While Pauline had her nails done Dave researched where he could locate BBQ parts for a friend and after lunch we set out for Virginia City via more pawn shops and Hardware stores. Virginia City was really cool. It was the centre of the famous Comthorp??? Lode where in the day millions of dollars worth of silver and gold were mined. We took a tractor ride around the town and learned lots of interesting facts like that Mr C.... Didn't even own the ...
... of all types. There were families, tourists, hippies, and bikers.
There were a couple of interesting things. There was a Civil War reenactment somewhere. We never found it, but saw some of the soldiers for both sides. We think it was on the all-day excursion train from Carson City. There were also men and women dressed in period costumes of the late 1800’s. I didn’t take any ...
... as all things do... the pews no longer belonged to familes for a set mass.... even though most families usually sit in the same place each time... but through the years the church in general kept taking an annual or bi-annual collection or offering for the pews... like now we're renting the pews.. those of you who are catholic know that if you show up ...